Professor Paul N. Gooderham is a graduate of the University of Bergen and holds a doctoral degree from the University of Trondheim (NTNU), Norway. He is a full-time tenured Professor of International Management at NHH, The Norwegian School of Economics (1994-) and a visiting professor at Middlesex University Business School, London (2011-).
He has previously been an adjunct professor at Nottingham Trent University (2008-11) and a visiting professor at Cranfield School of Management (2005-8).
In June 2013, he became Head of the Department of Strategy & Management at NHH. In addition to comprising some 60 academics, the department has a dedicated administrative staff of 4 full-time employees.
Previously he had been a Director of Research at NHH’s Institute for Research in Economics and Business Administration (SNF) (2007-14) and NHH’s coordinator of research on international strategy and management (2007-13)
|Dasi, Ángels, Pedersen, Torben, Gooderham, Paul N., Elter, Frank, Hildrum, Jarle||The effect of organizational separation on individuals' knowledge sharing in MNCs||Journal of World Business, 2017|
|Gooderham, Paul N., Ulset, Svein, Elter, Frank||Beyond Local Resposiveness - Multi-domestic multinationals at the bottom-of-the-pyramid||Perspectives on Headquarter-subsidiary relationships in the contemporary MNC, page 3 - 26, 2016|
|Brewster, Chris, Gooderham, Paul N., Mayrhofer, Wolfgang||Human Resource Management: the promise, the performance, the consequences||Journal of Organizational Effectiveness Volume 3 (2), page 181 - 190, 2016|
|Gooderham, Paul N., Fenton-O'Creevy, Mark, Croucher, Richard, Brookes, Michael||A Multilevel Analysis of the Use of Individual Pay-for-Performance Systems||Journal of management, 2015|